The Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Dairy Team will provide an opportunity this fall and early spring to address ways to improve business practices and production techniques, tour successful farm operations, and to form a community to share new ideas and profitable farming methods.
Map of the milk cows in the United States. Each cow icon represents about 100,000 dairy cows. The U.S. had around 9,257, 000 milk cows total and the average milk produced by each cow is around 22, 258 pounds.
A map of milk cows in Iowa. Each cow icon represents about 1,000 dairy cows. Iowa's total cows is 207,000 and the average milk production per cow is 22,444 pounds.
Useful Dairy Maps
A list of the breakout sessions discussing dairy beef, nutrition of wet calves, nutrition: growing and finishing, housing and management, feedlot nutritional management, breeding, genetics and grazing, markets and risk management, health and disease management, meat quality and industry perspective and implant strategies. The conference was help November 2, 2005.
Ever thought about going organic or moving to a grass-fed operation? Currently on a grazing system in need of fine tuning? This page contains videos on raising heifers on pasture and a series on beginning grazing to help improve operations.
Join us for a day long program (10 AM - 3 PM) to hear up-to-date information in the areas of colostrum quality, millionaire model dairies, woodland and wildlife management opportunities, keys to successful farm transition, silage, snaplage, and shredlage, and balancing your SCC. $15 registration fee covers meal and proceedings. Contact Winneshiek County Office more for more info: 563-382-2949